Update: Please read Comment 6 by Home User to solve the interface language problem.
Okay folks, a quick one here…first of all, i have never heard of this shareware before much less use it, so i can’t say much about how good or how bad it was, nor do i have the time to test it out although i got my license key all right. For all those who have never heard of Jaksta like i do, you can get some information straight out from its official site here.
From what the website has to tell us, apparently it is a 2-in-1 streaming media recorder and converter, on which it allows both the record and conversion of media files that may be originating from multiple sources, from the popular MySpace, DailyMotion & MetaCafe to some less known sources like LiveStream, XM Radio & even some news media streams like BBC! Jaksta claims itself as supporting many file format, including some pretty rare ones, as well as upholding itself as the fastest HTTP-based streaming media recorder, supports one-click conversion and is Windows Vista & 7 ready.
Whatever it is, it does sound a little interesting than your average streaming media recording software, isn’t it?
So, if you think this software is worth a go, hurry on and head to this promotion website. It’s in German, but no worries: all it ask from you is your name and e-mail address. In this following order, Select your gender (Herr means Mr, Frau means Ms), then fill in any first name and last name and finally, your email address (real one as usual). Press the orange Senden button & a mail containing your license key will be sent to you. Use that to activate Jaksta, which you can download it yourself from the official site.
If you find Jaksta either good or bad, do feel free to share your thoughts here!